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Promoting a short-track is never easy, but when a show is a big success the rewards for a promoter aren’t just financial.
This month we will examine how the sports industry plans to reopen for business following the lengthy shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Racing at Irwindale Speedway returned Saturday for the first time since Feb. 1 with a six division, eight main event program for competitors and pit crews.
Like much of the world, Formula One was on lockdown in May, but that didn’t stop a seismic shift in the F-1 driver market from taking place during a very short period of time.
Although he has said, “There’s a good chance I probably won’t be around to worry about it,” Cruz Pedregon does try to envision what the NHRA will look like in 25 years.
Bad decisions have consequences.
There will come a time long after racing returns in front of spectators when fans will look back at a period when real race car drivers competed against each other in virtual reality.
Now that the racing season has been sliced, diced and pureed by the domestic health emergency known as the COVID-19 pandemic, what will be left when the engines finally start cranking and the action resumes?
As the calendar turned to May, motorsports began to roar back to life.
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